You can find some of our work from the project below

Harris, Anna (2018) Working on the bias, invited commentary for Perspectives on Medical Education. 7: 67  

Harris, Anna and Jan-Joost Rethans (Online First) Expressive instructions: ethnographic insights into the creativity and improvisation entailed in teaching physical skills to medical students. Perspectives on Medical Education.

With commentary: “Teaching clinical skills in the theatre of medicine” by Gerard Gormley and Paul Murphy, Perspectives on Medical Education (Online First):

Harris, Anna (2018) “Autophony: Listening to your Eyes Move” In The Ethnographic Case edited by Emily Yates-Doerr and Christine Labuski, Mattering Press:


The project has also been informed by these publications:

Harris, Anna and Flynn, Eleanor (2017) Medical education of attention: A qualitative study of learning to listen to sound. Medical Teacher 39 (1): 79 – 84.

Harris, Anna (2016) Doing the boogie woogie rather than 99?: A reflection on how words travel in medicine. Journal of Graduate Medical Education. 8 (5): 793-794.

Harris, Anna (2016) Listening-touch, affect and the crafting of medical bodies through percussion. Body & Society. 22(1) 31–61.

[this article also chosen to be in the anthology: David Howes (ed.), Senses and Sensation: Critical and Primary Sources, vols. I-IV. London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2018]

Harris, Anna. (2016). “Embodiment” in Oxford Bibliographies in Anthropology, edited by John Jackson. New York: Oxford University Press.

Harris, Anna (2016) The sensory archive. The Senses and Society 11 (3): 345 – 350.

Harris, Anna (2015) The hollow knock and other sounds in recipes. Gastronomica: The Journal of Critical Food Studies 15 (4): 14 – 17.

Harris, Anna (2015) Eliciting sound memories. The Public Historian 37 (4): 14 – 31.

Harris, Anna (2015) The blackboard anatomist. British Medical Journal 350: h345.

Harris, Anna and van Drie, Melissa (2015) Sharing sound: Teaching, learning and researching sonic skills. Sound Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 1 (1): 98 – 117.